Man Reportedly Followed Several Woman In Castle Rock
CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Castle Rock sent out a warning that they believe a man has suspiciously followed several woman this year while they walked.
There were three reported incidents, and they all allegedly happened in downtown Castle Rock. While the women walked, the man allegedly drove his van close to them and stopped near them, making eye contact sometimes. In one incident a woman who was followed had apparently been asked earlier by the man to have sex in exchange for money.
The most recent incident happened this near the 1000 block of South Gilbert Street and the 100 block of South Wilcox Street. A woman walked near the Douglas County Fairgrounds and the Philip S. Miller Library and the man allegedly motioned her over to him at one point. She didn’t do that and reported the situation to officers.
The man was described as having a shaved head with no facial hair and being in his 20s or 30s. He was Hispanic and wore a silver watch on his left wrist.
Police also said he drove “a dark 1990s minivan with an Arizona license plate on the rear and no license plate on the front.” The van was said to have a yellow air freshener hanging from the rear-view mirror that was shaped like a tree.
Authorities asked that anyone who sees the man call 911. They said anyone with more information about the cases should call Castle Rock police at (303) 663-6100.